1. thatothergrace:

churchofbidoof:

poohsgreenhouse:

toke-dont-choke:

helloprettylittlegirl:

ravenheartsmiley:

coinsandcastles:

DO YOU SEE IT NOW?
MIND FUCK.
WTF 

MIND FUCK AT IT’S FINEST.
^^^
TRIPPY SHIT.

whatttt

i just spent like 5 minutes making my mind switch between directions lol
sour d = braindead

wht the FUCK

what
I DON’T UNDERSTAND

I’m having entirely too much fun sitting here, watching the graphic(s) with my eyes slightly out-of-focus and making the middle one switch direction.

    thatothergrace:

    churchofbidoof:

    poohsgreenhouse:

    toke-dont-choke:

    helloprettylittlegirl:

    ravenheartsmiley:

    coinsandcastles:

    DO YOU SEE IT NOW?

    MIND FUCK.

    WTF 

    MIND FUCK AT IT’S FINEST.

    ^^^

    TRIPPY SHIT.

    whatttt

    i just spent like 5 minutes making my mind switch between directions lol

    sour d = braindead

    wht the FUCK

    what

    I DON’T UNDERSTAND

    I’m having entirely too much fun sitting here, watching the graphic(s) with my eyes slightly out-of-focus and making the middle one switch direction.

  2. sherleon:

Time And Relative Dimension In Space

…I’m such a geek. The image hadn’t even finished loading and the back of my head went “The windows are wrong. It should be six panels, not nine.”

    sherleon:

    Time And Relative Dimension In Space

    …I’m such a geek. The image hadn’t even finished loading and the back of my head went “The windows are wrong. It should be six panels, not nine.”

  3. anedumacation:

Omg I always felt so guilty because I didn’t love all my children “equally”

…dude, I STILL do this.

    anedumacation:

    Omg I always felt so guilty because I didn’t love all my children “equally”

    …dude, I STILL do this.

  4. comp-lady:

velarfricative:

fancykraken:

azryal00:

Well…this is interesting. I have one on my right cheekbone,one on the back of my head, one on my lower abdomen, and one on my out labia.
I’ve been fucked up.

Got one on the right side of my head just a little above my ear. COOL!

back of my neck D:

*pokes at the one on my arm, just above my armpit*
Um… can I even die from an injury there? It isn’t even that big…

…I must have been a Skyrim character in my past life, because I’ve got a birthmark on my knee…

    comp-lady:

    velarfricative:

    fancykraken:

    azryal00:

    Well…this is interesting. I have one on my right cheekbone,one on the back of my head, one on my lower abdomen, and one on my out labia.

    I’ve been fucked up.

    Got one on the right side of my head just a little above my ear. COOL!

    back of my neck D:

    *pokes at the one on my arm, just above my armpit*

    Um… can I even die from an injury there? It isn’t even that big…

    …I must have been a Skyrim character in my past life, because I’ve got a birthmark on my knee…

  5. Aspergers and Obsessive Interests.

    lollygaggingandlassitude:

    iamthethunder:

    creatingmyexistence:

    I haven’t talked much about my Aspergers here and I thought it was about time.

    Over the years I’ve had many obsessions, often called “special interests”. Some of them have included:

    • Thomas the Tank Engine (when I was a toddler, obviously).
    • “You and Me” (a New Zealand children’s show of the 90’s hosted by Suzy Cato).
    • Video cameras.
    • Serial killers.
    • Severe weather and geological disasters.
    • Neopets.
    • Cricket (the sport, not the insect).
    • Recipes for vegan food.

    You may be wondering what makes a special interest so, well… special.
    One of the major differences between a typical interest and an Aspergers obsession is its intensity. The interests are often used to distract oneself from negative emotions and with being constantly misunderstood by everyone around you, the amount of those emotions can be high.

    I found that when as my depression or anxiety worsened, my interests intensified. However this is something that had to be pointed out to me and only in my late teens did I start to understand my own behaviors.

    The topics of interest are typically talked about obsessively, especially in younger children that are completely unaware that the person(s) they are speaking to isn’t interested. The conversation is less of a conversation and more of a unloading of information. However as the person with Aspergers gets older they may become aware that others are not interested and this can lead to self consciousness and more isolation due to the increasing awareness of their difficulties with two-way communication.

    What did I say before? An unloading of information - & I have just been unintentionally rambling! But I hope that my rambling taught you something new today.

    If you have any questions about Aspergers don’t hesitate to ask.

    This is a great introductory post on the topic.  I hope people see it and learn.

    That was my childhood. Seriously. I am not diagnosed on the spectrum. And back when I was a kid, I read it was a sign of a “gifted child.” *ponders*

    Yeah, I think you and I both have a lot of head-scratching to do in our future.

  6. redguitarrr:

Tutu by Bonnetmaker on Flickr.

It should tell you something that I have more of an issue with the penguin who’s holding her chick upside down by one foot than I do with the penguin in the toe shoe and tutu.

    redguitarrr:

    Tutu by Bonnetmaker on Flickr.

    It should tell you something that I have more of an issue with the penguin who’s holding her chick upside down by one foot than I do with the penguin in the toe shoe and tutu.

  7. 
handcrafted fiberglass shell and bed
temperature controlled round water bed
phillips color kinetics LED lighting system
anthony gallo high fidelity sound system
ipod universal dock

Anybody else look at this and think The Spy Who Loved Me?
    • handcrafted fiberglass shell and bed
    • temperature controlled round water bed
    • phillips color kinetics LED lighting system
    • anthony gallo high fidelity sound system
    • ipod universal dock

    Anybody else look at this and think The Spy Who Loved Me?

  8. Teen? Hello, 41 and still doing this.

    Teen? Hello, 41 and still doing this.

  9. There’s going to come a day when we’ve all grown up, had a career, maybe got married and had kids, when were all going about our daily routine. Maybe you’re driving to work with the car radio on, or you’re making dinner with the tv on in the lounge. Life as usual, and then we hear a name. It’s the name of the person you had a blog dedicated to when you were 16. The person you had posters of up on your bedroom wall, or as your desktop background. The person off that show you used to watch every week, as soon as it came out, or that band you used to love. The person from the cast of a movie that changed your life, or the character who you scrolled through page after page of fanfiction of. You haven’t heard that name in a long time, and it brings everything back. And then the name is followed by three words you thought you’d never hear. Has Passed Away. And then you put down the potato peeler and lean back against your kitchen bench, or you pull over to the side of the road, and tears are streaming down your face. And all over the world, there are people who used to be just like you, with tears marking their cheeks and sobs forcing their way out of their throat, because they remember. Because fandoms never really die out. We never really move on. We never really forget.

    I have called friends and family members at awkward hours of the day when I’ve learned of the passing of one of their idols…one of the pieces of our shared history.  (I interrupted my mother in the middle of teaching school the day Anne McCaffrey died.)  It’s important to me that they hear the news from someone who cares about them, and not just on the radio.

About me

Kirsten. Forty-something. Fat. Married.
Queer, kinky, poly.
Not exactly sure what I'm doing here - but as near as I can figure, neither can anyone else. :-P

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